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Photo Caption: 125gal US Native Fish Aquarium: Stocked with Shiners, Darters, Madtoms, and others. Everything in the tank was personally collected and native to the Southeast U.S.
fish tank picture - 125gal US Native Fish Aquarium: Stocked with Shiners, Darters, Madtoms, and others. Everything in the tank was personally collected and native to the Southeast U.S.
freshwater fish - percina pantherina - leopard darter stocking in 125 gallons tank - Kentucky Darter
fish tank picture - US Native Fish
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Full Aquarium Setup
fish tank picture - 125 Native Fish Tank

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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: 125 Southeast U.S. Native Fish Tank. Designs By Nature background. 3 large canister filters. Custom built stand and canopy. T8 lighting with Cold Cathod Moonlighting. Everything in this tank was personally collected by me; the fish, rocks, driftwood.
Advice: visit the North American Native Fishes association @ www.nanfa.org
Fish Kept: Multiple species of US Native stream fish: Darters, Shiners, Madtoms, and others. I have roughly 75 fish in the tank
Corals/Plants: Every rock in the tank was specially picked and unique in it's own way. From iron banded sandstone to Quartz Geodes, there is a great array of rocks in this tank. I hand selected all these rocks based on their unique qualities.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: US Native Fish are unique and great to keep in the home aquarium. Please visit the North American Native Fishes Association @ www.nanfa.org.

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